Some 50 families now live in Havat Gilad.
The last round of talks between Israelis and Palestinians collapsed in 2014.
Israeli troops have combed villages around the city of Nablus searching for the suspects in Tuesday's attack near the Havat Gilad settlement, a military statement said. They also called on the BDS movement to meet with Dlodlo, who is described as "an active supporter of the Palestinian people and BDS movement" in order to formulate an appropriate response.
Last month, the European Union urged the Israeli regime to stop plans for the construction of new settler units in the occupied West Bank, warning that such moves undermine peace efforts.
Israeli checkpoints at Huwwara and Zatara have been seeing strict measures where Israeli soldiers continue to inspect vehicles and personal identification cards after an Israeli settler was shot dead on Tuesday night on a main road outside the illegal Israeli outpost of Havat Gilad located near Nablus.
In the West Bank, the Health Ministry said Ali Omar, 16, was shot in the head with live fire in clashes near the city of Nablus.
The military wing of the terrorist group Hamas reportedly praised the attack in a statement, but did not take responsibility for the drive-by shooting.
According to a United Nations report, between December 19 and January 1, Israeli forces carried out 170 search and arrest operations in the West Bank.
The Palestinian foreign ministry accused Friedman of a "prejudiced" stance on the conflict, saying he has yet to criticise Israel for settlement building or its 50-year occupation of the West Bank.
WAFA reported, according to Ma'an, that while speaking to the Voice of Palestine Radio, Maliki said that Israel's announcement of its plans to build 1285 new settlement units in the West Bank was "one outcome of US President Donald Trump's recognition of Jerusalem as Israel's capital".
They say the payments encourage further violence. The Palestinians claim the territory as part of their future state.
According to the ministry, a Palestinian sentenced from three to five years in prison receives $600 per month, while those serving 20 to 35 years receive United States dollars 2,900.